2022 will mark the return of high-end tourism, and Italy is prepared to ride the wave: this is the horizon traced by the 2021 edition of Duco Italy, the high-level tourist event conceived by Carolina Perez and hosted in Florence last week.
In this still difficult phase, conditioned by a pandemic that does not want to leave us in peace yet, it is important to ask ourselves whether the so-called “new normal” will also affect the tourism sector in the near future.
The new Government of Italy (finally) created the Ministry of Tourism, which had been cancelled in 1993. Speaking of numbers, the tourism sector, in normal times, produces 13% of GDP in Italy. The reimposition of a specific Ministry represents an important message for Italy to spread to the world. This jump forward the promotion of Italian tourism well matches an important event that will take place in Rimini (Italy) …